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Averting Online Criticism

Averting Online Criticism

Any heated debate surrounding your event should be about the issues pertaining to the conference, not about logistical niggles that could have been averted. In this post, we explore some simple techniques for avoiding a social media backlash about the organisation of your event.

Do Amplified Events Need a Quiet Area?

Do Amplified Events Need a Quiet Area?

Should amplified events include a quiet area for delegates who do not want to take part? In this post we consider attitudes towards noise and privacy at amplified events and ask whether the quiet area still has a role to play in an effective event amplification strategy.

Assessing the Risks: Twitter

Assessing the Risks: Twitter

What are the risks involved with promoting Twitter use at your event? In this post, we consider the potential pitfalls and the ways you can mitigate against these risks.

Sound is King

Sound is King

High quality audio is one of the top things clients and delegates request in event video coverage, even at smaller events. In this post, we consider how to improve both our sound equipment and techniques.

The Little Things

The Little Things

Reflections on the little things event organisers can do to make amplification easier – inspired by the efforts of the lovely team behind the JISC Research Integrity Conference at the Wellcome Collection Conference Centre, London.